Journey’s End

“They sent us here to die”: this is the austere notion behind the heavyweight film Journey’s End. This sense of doom renders it distinct from recent contemporary film adaptations such as the...

Loving Vincent

Loving Vincent: a film seven years in the making; a film that may never happen again; a film endeavouring to talk about one of the most famous artists ever to exist. In a way, however, this is...

On The Road

Michael Winterbottom’s new film follows the UK tour of the enormously popular indie rock band, Wolf Alice, to promote their debut album: My Love is Cool. Winterbottom is the notoriously radical...

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Just a boy and his bear: Christopher Robin and his Pooh Bear. An untouchable tale enshrined eternally within the childhood psyche. Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet, Owl, Rabbit, Kanga and Roo are our friends and...

The Limehouse Golem

Let us begin, my friends, at the end: Londoners are still baying for blood and thus the show is not over. The horrific series of murders which fill this grand stage are performances cheaper, and more...

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast: an animated Disney classic remade and modified to tell perhaps a more developed version of a tale as old as time. The Belle (Emma Watson) we see here is a more fully explored...

Patriot’s Day

At 2:49pm on 15 April 2013, two homemade bombs went off 12 seconds and 210 yards apart at the finishing line of the annual Boston Marathon. Three were killed and hundreds were injured. Patriots Day...